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en In the department store   »   pt No hipermercado

52 [fifty-two]

In the department store

In the department store

52 [cinquenta e dois]

No hipermercado

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Shall we go to the department store? V-mos a -- hi-er-er-a-o? V____ a u_ h____________ V-m-s a u- h-p-r-e-c-d-? ------------------------ Vamos a um hipermercado? 0
I have to go shopping. Eu ten---d---a-er -o-----. E_ t____ d_ f____ c_______ E- t-n-o d- f-z-r c-m-r-s- -------------------------- Eu tenho de fazer compras. 0
I want to do a lot of shopping. E- qu----co-prar-m--t-- --i-as. E_ q____ c______ m_____ c______ E- q-e-o c-m-r-r m-i-a- c-i-a-. ------------------------------- Eu quero comprar muitas coisas. 0
Where are the office supplies? Ond-----ue----ão--- -r------de ---r---rio? O___ é q__ e____ o_ a______ d_ e__________ O-d- é q-e e-t-o o- a-t-g-s d- e-c-i-ó-i-? ------------------------------------------ Onde é que estão os artigos de escritório? 0
I need envelopes and stationery. Eu ---ci-o de -n-el---- - pa-e--d---a-ta. E_ p______ d_ e________ e p____ d_ c_____ E- p-e-i-o d- e-v-l-p-s e p-p-l d- c-r-a- ----------------------------------------- Eu preciso de envelopes e papel de carta. 0
I need pens and markers. E---r----o de ca--tas - -----n-tas-d- -el-r-. E_ p______ d_ c______ e d_ c______ d_ f______ E- p-e-i-o d- c-n-t-s e d- c-n-t-s d- f-l-r-. --------------------------------------------- Eu preciso de canetas e de canetas de feltro. 0
Where is the furniture? On-e é-----es----o----veis? O___ é q__ e____ o_ m______ O-d- é q-e e-t-o o- m-v-i-? --------------------------- Onde é que estão os móveis? 0
I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers. E- pre--s- d- -- ar-á-io-e--e-u-a --m-da. E_ p______ d_ u_ a______ e d_ u__ c______ E- p-e-i-o d- u- a-m-r-o e d- u-a c-m-d-. ----------------------------------------- Eu preciso de um armário e de uma cómoda. 0
I need a desk and a bookshelf. E- -r----- -e---- s---et--ia e-de--m---st-n--. E_ p______ d_ u__ s_________ e d_ u__ e_______ E- p-e-i-o d- u-a s-c-e-á-i- e d- u-a e-t-n-e- ---------------------------------------------- Eu preciso de uma secretária e de uma estante. 0
Where are the toys? O--- - -----stã-----br--q----s? O___ é q__ e____ o_ b__________ O-d- é q-e e-t-o o- b-i-q-e-o-? ------------------------------- Onde é que estão os brinquedos? 0
I need a doll and a teddy bear. Eu ---c-s- -- --a-bo-e-- e-d- um--rso-d--peluc-e. E_ p______ d_ u__ b_____ e d_ u_ u___ d_ p_______ E- p-e-i-o d- u-a b-n-c- e d- u- u-s- d- p-l-c-e- ------------------------------------------------- Eu preciso de uma boneca e de um urso de peluche. 0
I need a football and a chess board. E--p------ de -m--b-l- e -------o-- -e-xad-e-. E_ p______ d_ u__ b___ e d_ u_ j___ d_ x______ E- p-e-i-o d- u-a b-l- e d- u- j-g- d- x-d-e-. ---------------------------------------------- Eu preciso de uma bola e de um jogo de xadrez. 0
Where are the tools? O----é que---t-o-a- ---r-m----s? O___ é q__ e____ a_ f___________ O-d- é q-e e-t-o a- f-r-a-e-t-s- -------------------------------- Onde é que estão as ferramentas? 0
I need a hammer and a pair of pliers. E- pre-iso -- -m m--t-lo-e----um a-ic---. E_ p______ d_ u_ m______ e d_ u_ a_______ E- p-e-i-o d- u- m-r-e-o e d- u- a-i-a-e- ----------------------------------------- Eu preciso de um martelo e de um alicate. 0
I need a drill and a screwdriver. E- ---ci-- de-um--broc--e--e-u-a c-av--de-f-ndas. E_ p______ d_ u__ b____ e d_ u__ c____ d_ f______ E- p-e-i-o d- u-a b-o-a e d- u-a c-a-e d- f-n-a-. ------------------------------------------------- Eu preciso de uma broca e de uma chave de fendas. 0
Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department? On-e-é --- est--- bi-u-e-ia? O___ é q__ e___ a b_________ O-d- é q-e e-t- a b-j-t-r-a- ---------------------------- Onde é que está a bijuteria? 0
I need a chain and a bracelet. E--pr----- d- u- ----r-- d--um--p-lsei-a. E_ p______ d_ u_ c____ e d_ u__ p________ E- p-e-i-o d- u- c-l-r e d- u-a p-l-e-r-. ----------------------------------------- Eu preciso de um colar e de uma pulseira. 0
I need a ring and earrings. E--p---iso-d--um an---e--e--ns-brin--s. E_ p______ d_ u_ a___ e d_ u__ b_______ E- p-e-i-o d- u- a-e- e d- u-s b-i-c-s- --------------------------------------- Eu preciso de um anel e de uns brincos. 0

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